While filming the horse-riding scene on the beach, Barbara Stanwyck's horse was frightened by the movie lights, reared, threw the star off, and then kicked her on the way down. Stanwyck suffered a dislodged tail-bone, an injury which, though it didn't hold up production, did cause the actress discomfort for the rest of her life.
The Production Code Administration (PCA) refused Columbia's request for approval in 1935 for re-release, citing the adultery, which was a code violation. The production code was strictly enforced starting in mid-1934.
When Lulu's bankbook is shown at the beginning of the film it has a balance of $1,242.68 - which she withdraws from the bank to finance her vacation. That amount would equate to almost $21,500.00 in 2015.